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April 15, 2015

Lost in Translation: Why Success Criteria Is Important

A 15 minute Twitter chat revolving around 1 question seems like an easy task, but not when the moderator thinks it's a one-hour chat revolving around 6 questions. Success criteria is important for students and adults.

February 08, 2015

5 Reasons You Should Use Touchcast

If you are interested flipping your classroom or leadership Touchcast may be the app for you, and there are hundreds of educators who want to help you get started.

February 05, 2015

Connecting Parents With Common Core Through Remind & Twitter

Need to get parents engaged in the Common Core? Try social media.

January 29, 2015

Not on Twitter Yet? Why Not?

Not On Twitter Yet? Why Not? Here are some blogs that may inspire you to join!

November 11, 2014

3 Reasons You Need Twitter More Than It Needs You!

I know. Every teacher on Twitter is pushing it on to you. Here are 3 reasons you need Twitter more than it needs you.

October 14, 2014

The Global Read-Aloud: The Perfect Place to Start

Empowering students and teachers is vitally important, and the Global Read Aloud is just one way to do that.

October 12, 2014

Why Your Whole Staff Should Be on Twitter

Today's guest post is written by 2 principals from California whose whole staff is on Twitter. Big whoop you may say! They show that there are many benefits.

September 22, 2014

Should Students Become Content Curators?

What is content curation, and should our students learn how to do it?

September 09, 2014

Are You a Relevant Educator?

As we all get older, we often question whether we are relevant anymore. In The Relevant Educator, Tom Whitby and Steven Anderson help educators make sure they remain relevant.

August 21, 2014

School Leaders: Don't Succumb to the Myths of Using Social Media

In this guest post, school leaders Vicki Day and Lisa Meade write about the benefits of using social media for school leaders...a population that often avoid it like the plague.

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